Young Yoon

yoon@msrg.utoronto.ca
Middleware Systems Research Group
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Toronto

 

News:
July 1st, 2013: Young joined Software R&D Center at Samsung as a Senior Engineer. Young will be working on SW-defined everything ;)

January 1st, 2014: Paper about scalable event disssemination system accepted to apper at MobileCloud 2014

August 25th, 2014: Young to give invited lectures at Korea University and Sungkyunkwan University on December 2014 about cloud computing and big data.

Curriculum Vitae



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Hello, thanks for visiting my homepage. Where should I start.. I am a Korean-American who was born in Lubbock, Texas. Don't ask me if I ever saw cowboys :) But, I spent most of my youth in South Korea. I even served in the military in South Korea for 26 months. After the military service, I went to The University of Texas at Austin (Hook'em!) and earned bachelor's and master's degree in computer sciences in 2003 and 2006, respectively. Then, I worked in Toronto for about 2 years. During this time period, I met my wonderful wife Jihyun a.k.a "Jan" and became a proud father of two fabulous kids as you can seen in the photo on the left. On April 25th, 2013, I completed all the requirements to obtain PhD in Electrical and Computer engineering at University of Toronto. My supervisor is Professor Hans-Arno Jacobsen. I am also a member of Middleware Systems Reseach Group (MSRG) where highly diverse research activities are taking place.

I worked in the industry for about 3 years in total. I was a full-time software developer at Platform Computing (now a IBM company). I did multiple internships at Telus, Korea Telecom, NetcoreTech and IBM T.J. Watson Research Center.

I am currently focusing on SDN-based application acceleration, the management of distributed workflows on Cloud, various adaptation techniques for content-based publish/subscribe overlays, service choreographies framework and personalized web services. Yes, I am interested in a wide-spectrum of research topics because I am problem-oriented. I find what people need and what problems they face, first. I do not blindly follow the most sought-after research topics, and I'm proud of it!

Be my guest. Please take some time to look around (some parts are constantly under construction though). Also catch me on LinkedIn or Facebook. Don't hesitate to email any further question to me at yoon@msrg.utoronto.ca. Cheers!